Fetterman's wife says he may be away from campaign trail until July

“I think he deserves a month break to come back as strong as ever,” Giselle Fetterman said in an interview with CNN. “This is going to be a tough race and a really important race. I want him to be fully ready for it.”

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Asked if John Fetterman, who serves as Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor, would return to campaigning by July in one of the nation’s marquee Senate contests, she replied: “Maybe. I think so. That’s my hope.”…

In an interview in their hometown of Braddock, just outside Pittsburgh, Giselle Fetterman dismissed the notion that the campaign had not been fully transparent about her husband’s health. She had initially described his stroke as a hiccup, and the severity of his illness not revealed until 17 days later.

“It’s still a hiccup,” she said on Monday. “Families go through health crises. Our family is not unique in what we’ve gone through, only we had to go through it very publicly.”

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